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... the clock gave us a tour and pointed out how it worked. Next stop after walking through the town was a visit to what was indicated as a waterfall. More like a local stream with an old mill but was now a cafe. It appeared that there was also a small power plant using the stream flow. Many of the buildings in the town are in ...
... old city this afternoon and the various markets. the city is in fact named after a particular variety of saffron which is very expensive. The city is very old and has many wood frame buildings some of which have been restored and others are in their original condition. Tomorrow we will do some more exploration because we are booked here for 2 nights. At the moment it is very pleasant just sitting in the patio area enjoying the background music, a local beer and the slight ...
... local guide will take me there. So we finished lunch, walked to the Turkish delight place. Oh my my my they are delicious. But full of sugars!!! Oh...I told the shop owner (who also are family generations of making Turkish delight for hundreds years) that I will be back with different group. Shop owner was happy to give me business card so I can find them.
Time to return to the hotel. Local guide realised he gave the others the wrong direction back to the hotel. I laughed my ...
... the past few decades neatly catalogued and organized. How it fit into the City Museum in Safranbolu was not clear to us. But we were happy to visit it. The remainder of the musuem featured interesting displays on Safranbolu's history. V found it hard to move away from the confectionary store display. Another room featured a recreation of a saffron (from which the town's name is derived) store. Outside the museum is a great display of replica mini clock towers ...
... mtns - alpine chalets,deer signs,tarns, conifer forests. The main pass was above the treeline.Turned off the Istanbul Rd at Gerede and turned E and then N into more mtns.
Once I'd cleared the industrial wasteland that is Karabuk and gone over the hill there in front was a perfectly intact, partially preserved C18/19 merchant town. No wonder it has UNESCO listing. I slowly worked my way along the narrow cobbled lanes to ...
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